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CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
101st airborne to afghanistan to is a great win and. [laughter] as if you could talk about human rights. >> but the answer is don't worry about it shifting because it was not here. [laughter] >> the topic has come up of lots can you connect that with climate change? >> to give an opportunity to galvanize this society or will business continue until mid is too late? >> here i would break that tom is paying known the believed like the amendment put he also believed wholeheartedly in material advancement and progress andáç he broke with jefferson on this when he was terrified of the revolution and pointed to slow it dan thomas paine saw it as a benefit and often talked about to give up political activity to design the artists and bridge with a deep interest in science. talk about blind spots that probably would be the one. >> the way that i would connect paine to the climate is we have now forced to see yet another consequence of capitalism and the way the intrinsic logic in dangers us. not dead ashes social inequalities setters social destructive but distorts our relationship wit
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
that half a million troops that served in iraq and afghanistan now suffer from ptsd. post-traumatic stress disorder. the lives of their families are forever changed, children living with sometimes a new and unpredictable parent. correspondent sheila macvicar looks at the second generation. >> at their home in plairld, veteran mark trepanier takes solace in his backyard. >> it's a barometer for my stress levels. just they're relaxing. >> he has been diagnosed with ptsd after serving in the first gulf war, in bosnia and in north africa. when he finally came home seven years ago his wife gail says he was a different husband. a different father. >> he was very depressed. he was very angry at times. he had flash backs where he thought he was somewhere else when we were in the front yard. >> reporter: at 14, jenna is the oldest of the four children. she remembers how her father was before. >> jenna, you noticed how your father was. you saw the change in him. >> he wouldn't play as much. we would always play games. he didn't do that as much and he seemed more separated at times. and we get
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
afghanistan do not produce a lot of songs. we are not as a nation engaged enough. we do not have a citizen army anymore. that gets in the way of that. so in world war i you have a mix. in the middle between the two wars and it showed. there were songs about mom and songs about sweeties. sings i am going to pin my metal on the girl i left behind in world war i. are other differences between world war i and world war ii love songs. it is the mother song that i want to get to. of stayings the idea out of it. delivering a kind of anthem in a way that the first song is an anthem and yet also capitalizing on the kind of direct emotional lism that popular songs are good at. it is called "i did not raise my boy to be a soldier." lets all march in favor of mothers who opposed the war. but i did not raise my son to be a soldier. listen to the words. i do not vouch for their accuracy. i took them off the internet. i did not do a meticulous check between the recording and the lyrica, but they are close. ♪ wrong song. sorry. i just screwed up. stay with me. i should not be allowed near techno
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 4:43pm EDT
, afghanistan, but all of them. we shouldn't have to be reminded of that, and yet we seem to have to be reminded that we need to do a better job. so we are happy to do whatever we can to help. >> thank you. >> any time, any place, we're available. part of the process for us to heal, and i think for everybody at this table is to have the opportunity to go beyond our personal losses and to address the veteran community as a whole, and to do whatever we can to take care of those fine men and women. so the opportunity to be in this community here and to be able to talk and to be able to be heard by people who hopefully have, i believe certainly have the heart and hopefully have the ability to make some things happen. the va is very, very complicated. it's a huge animal. i know there are a lot of things that need to be dealt with. there's a lot of really good stuff it does. there are some big problems. i think if we can just focus on the individuals, just focus on them as people in need, as patients on their care. what do they need today? and then build the system, modify the system, do what
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 4:30pm EDT
and afghanistan. he says there's a lot ofo for healing in thec u.s. >> a few parts of the country for "religion and ethics news in scottsdale, arizona.Ñir >>> now, fred de sam lazaro on medical caregivers in vietnam keep%t infantsq alive not with sophisticated western technology but with low-tech, locally made devices. thtf workçóñr well in hahn nou many other parts of the developing world because they're what's called appropriate technology.t(e1 >> it's not unusual to see two,( three, even four newbornst( crammed into the same crib at this busy hospital in hanoi. they're the luckier ones. for those with lungs infected or notÑi fully developed because ty were premature, ther >> translator: before 2000 the mortality rate of the qneonatal intensive care unit was lp15%. last year it was less than 2%.z >> çóanti-biotics have helped a have staff trainingzkÑ butt( a reason she says is in recent years they have been able to install reliable, locally madei equipment to help baby's breathe called continuous positive airway pressure or c pap. america would cost us a lot of money, $2,5
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm EDT
with the u.s. to combat threats in iraq and afghanistan. >>> election officials in afghanistan say they are ready to begun an audit of 8 million votes cast in the presidential run-off. >> in three weeks time the auditing will be released and results announced. the two candidates agreed the results must be accepted by both. >>> that agreement came when secretary general was in kabul meet -- secretary of state john kerry was in kabul meeting with abdullah abdullah and ashraf ghani. there was claims of widespread miscounting. under terms, the winner will form a national unity government. >>> still ahead - the impact of two years of drought. how the worst drought in three decades is affecting farmers on the west coast. in the dry parts of the country where water is always in short supply. >>> the wreckage of the "costa concordia" will be removed from the island of gillio. it crashed in 2012 killing 36. the removal of the ocean liner has been one of the biggest operations in history. it's cost nearly $1 billion. it was turned upright last september and will be toed to a port in genae we
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 3:15pm EDT
how the military leadership in afghanistan saw the civilian leadership that changed the course of the involvement in that war. he also had a novel in his desk drawer to the surprise of his friends, it was about the media, but it was also about the same themes of power and life and death. it is among other things very good. even "the new york times" had something nice to say about it today. there are and that -- and that's what we're here to celebrate. first we're going to see a video monodamage about michael. >> -- montage. >> in my internship at "newsweek," basically, i was working for free for a i few months. >> [inaudible] >> yeah, exactly. [inaudible conversations] you know, there was a heat wave that summer, my apartment had air-condition, so i was -- [inaudible] hired me and then, you know, after i looked back at it a couple of weeks later, and that's when i started doing the overseas -- . [inaudible] >> say your name and unit. say hi to everyone. >> okay. >> and then when you hope you're going to be home. >> all right. >> what do you think of baghdad? >> it's baghdad. there
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm EDT
misery in gaza. the offensive could fake a long time. >> a political brea break through in afghanistan for stable and secure government. >> we have all the news from europe including a shelling is held on the outskirts of donetsk. >> and the countdown to the world cup final. this is the scene of the stadium where argentina will take on germany. >> the israeli military has launched more airstrikes over northern gaza. people were told to leave their homes before the attacks. but earlier prime minister' primisrael's prime minister said that it could take a long time. gaza has been pounded for six days and the number of deaths keep rising. is 6167 people have been killed since the attack. of those 29 are children below the age of 16. 19 of the casualties have been women. >> we'll continue to act with patience and forbearance for determination, responsibility and aggression to achieve the goal of a campaign which is restoring calm for a long period for dealing a blow to hamas and other groups of the garden strip. >> so far the deadliest single strike in gaza killed 18 people gaza's police c
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
people in afghanistan, in iraq, in the rest of the region, and that is why we exercise great influence there. not because we have military power, not because we try to control people, but because we try to respect people. and my advice to the united states would be do the same, try to respect the iranians, try to respect the iraqis, try to respect people in our region and it works much better for your interests and for the future. so that respect requires us to do two things. first of all, now there is a very dangerous terrorist in iraq which does not target only the shia population in iraq but targets every member of the iraqi -- >> you're talking about isis. >> so-called islamic state of iraq and syria. it has killed more sunnis in syria than it has killed shias and it is putting more sunnis in jeopardy in iraq than it has put shias. so we need to address that very serious problem which is going to be a major security problem, not just for iraq, but for saudi arabia, for syria, for turkey, for everybody. >> for iran as well. >> for iran as well. >> which begs the question,
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 1:30pm EDT
afghanistan. in his experience during his deployment to iraq, he experienced the loss of fellow marines during his second deployment. he received a 30% disability grading from the v.a. for his pts. clay appealed the rating only to be met with significant bureaucratic barriers, including the v.a. losing his files. 18 months later, and five weeks after his death, his appeal finally went through and the v.a. rated clay's pts 100%. he exclusively used the v.a. for his medical care after separation. afterward, he lived in the los angeles area and received care at the v.a. medical center in l.a. he constantly voiced concern about the care he was receiving as well as the treatment he received, which consisted of medication. he received counseling only as far as a brief discussion regarding whether the medications he was prescribed was working. if not, he would be given a new medication. he used to say, i am a guinea pig for drugs. i would have side effects and they put on something else. in late 2010, he moved to grand junctions, colorado, where he also used the v.a. there, and then fi
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 1:15pm EDT
/11 happen. we want to go into afghanistan, even into afghanistan. president obama -- i'm not so sure he quite get it. the only thing that gave me the idea is when he was thinking of attacking syria. commit very recent knee before you decided to leave it up to the congress. i think vladimir putin really saved his neck because what he did was suggest this idea about having negotiations regarding chemical weapons anyway. he wanted the congress to have the final say. he could almost sense to type this. she wanted to move the advocacy of only having four policy and not the congress take care of foreign policy. again, i have to say i am. i don't know the man, but it certainly appears that way, really appears that way. what we have not done for our allies, what we have done for those who are either enemies or search the those people who don't think well of us is extraordinary and consistent. when i say allies, i'm talking about great britain, the czech republic, poland, israel, honduras. winston inhabitants like a break, people in iran demonstrate against their own government in 2009.
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
also his appeal to many americans who are very weary of our involvement in iraq and afghanistan and i would argue americans who were weary after world war ii when the president said we had to stay in korea. >> senator, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> next up, the speaker versus the president. is the lawsuit a preamble to impeachment or the substitute in our all congressional roundtable is next. that's keeping you from the healthcare you deserve.. at humana, we believe if healthcare changes, if frustration and paperwork decrease... the gap begins to close. so let's simplify things. let's close the gap between people and care. but i've managed. ♪ i got to be pretty good at managing my symptoms, except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing. ♪ when i finally told my doctor, he said my crohn's was not under control. ♪ he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achiev
NHK
Jul 14, 2014 1:00am JST
state john kerry has convinced the two candidates in afghanistan's presidential runoff to accept a recount. >> and that the winner of the election will serve as president and will immediately form a government of national unity. >> kerry held a news conference with both candidates. he says all 8 million ballots will be audited. the two contenders say they'll abide by the results. >> today we are happy to announce that due to two sets of agreements between both candidates with serious efforts. >> we've agreed on the general framework and will work out the details in a spirit of mutual trust and cooperation. >> abdullah rejected preliminary results of last month's runoff vote that put him behind former finance minister ashraf ghani. abdullah also claimed widespread fraud. he suggested he might form his own government. afghan president hamid karzai welcomes the agreement. he says he hopes the audit will get under way soon. karzai says the recount means the inauguration of the country's new president will be delayed from the original date of august 2nd. >>> north korea launched two bal
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
. i was in afghanistan meeting with a group getting ready to go out to do with ied's. i was in a small room with those and they were putting on armoring getting night vision goggles ready. a locker room, everybody was getting fired up. i turned to a fellow from missouri saying, what scares you? , what scares me is not having a job when i get home. that scares me. we have all heard stormy's -- stories like that. always trying to do a lot of things. missouri now has over 4000 employers in our program, including some employers we are from today and it is important to note those 4000 employers have already hired more than 6400 veterans in hours eight. we recognize to those employers with a flag of freedom award. it is simple. -- we tremendously the veterans. all of us have a lot to do and that statesmen come it is not a all program. -- it is not a one-size-fits-all program. the unemployment rate has dropped significantly from its peak. we still have too many unemployed. trendlines are going in the right direction. they clearly are. that is why we wanted to have the session to share b
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm EDT
want a unified government and peace all over afghanistan. our biggest worry was security. we were concerned the civil war would be repeated. >> at least for today, that tension is gone, he says. there is renewed optimism for a stable and secure afghanistan. >> this is where they come to buy tape els of life, cooking oil, rice, sugar. shop keepers say business has been stagnant because of the political uncertainty. a few hours after the deal, they think things are moving again. >> rahimi is unloading sugar from pakistan. shipments had slowed in recent weeks and there were fewer jobs. he hopes that will change. >> the news effort doesn't affect just my life. all after gans. i don't care who takes power. we just want to know what our future would be. >> it will take a few weeks to review 8 million ballots. the inauguration has been delayed until later in august. after months of concern, news that the deal to move forward has been enough to give afghans hope for now. jennifer glasse, al jazeera, kab. l. >> moscow is warning of irreversible son sequences after a russian was killed by s
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 8:30am PDT
guard troops to iraq and afghanistan over the course of the last decade, i understand as well as anyone the concept of putting our young people in harm's way. we need a strategy that is sound, we need a strategy that when we say we're going to do something, we do it. and our allies again can trust us and our enemies fear us. >> schieffer: i'm sorry we have to send it there. thank you so much. >> you're welcome, thank you, bob. >> schieffer: we'll be back in one minute to hear from top democrat on immigration crisis. kid: hey dad, who was that man? dad: he's our broker. he helps looks after all our money. kid: do you pay him? dad: of course. kid: how much? dad: i don't know exactly. kid: what if you're not happy? does he have to pay you back? dad: nope. kid: why not? dad: it doesn't work that way. kid: why not? vo: are you asking enough questions about the way your wealth is managed? wealth management at charles schwab >> schieffer: war back now with congressman luis gutierrez. whose district is in chicago, o'hare airport, midway airport, northwest -- >> northwest-southwest side.
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
have followed correct policies. we have followed the choices of the people in afghanistan, in iraq in the rest of the region, that's why we exercise great there. not because we have greater military, because we respect people. my advice to the united states would be do the same. try to ask iranians, iraquis, bodes much better for the future. that respect requires us to do two things. first of all, now there is a very dangerous terrorist which does not target only the shia population in iraq but targets every member of iraqi society. >> talking about isis. >> so-called islamic state of iraq and syria. has more syria than shia and putting more citizens in jeopardy in iraq than it has for years. we need to address that very serious problem which is going to be a major security problem not just for iraq but for saudi arabia, syria, turkey. >> for iran as well. which begs the question, does iran feel it is encommon cause with the united states for the future of iraq? would you like to see it stay together or do you think it will break apart? >> i believe iraq, it is in the interest of e
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
service members in afghanistan this week. >>> check out "world news" with david muir tonight. i'll see you tomorrow on "gma." >> in the news, how much the city of san francisco is willing to pay to settle a lawsuit for a man wrongfully committed of murder. and good-bye to the candlestick. >> and the marine lower continues to lower and scatter out for a slightly warmer day for most. i'll have the details and your full forecast next on abc7 morning news at 9:00. heat shields are compromised. we have multiple failures. what's that alarm? fuel cell two is down. i'm going to have to guide her in manually. this is very exciting. but i'm at my stop. come again? i'm watching this on the train. it's so hard to leave. good luck with everything. watch tv virtually anywhere with the u-verse tv app. with at&t, the u-verse revolves around you.
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 10:30am EDT
in afghanistan this week. >>> that's all for today. >>> check out "world news" with david muir tonight. i'll see you tomorrow on "gma." >> i'm monica malpass on inside story a budget fight between pennsylvania's republican governor and the state house is putting philadelphia schools at risk. let's get the inside story. >>> good morning, i'm monica malpass, welcome to inside story, let's meet our insiders this week, they are ajay raju, and christine flowers.
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am EDT
reported no deaths of service members in afghanistan this week. >>> that's all for today. >>> checout "world news" with david muir tonight. i'll see you tomorrow on "gma." when i do things now, like try something different, and i get to the first step, i relish that. i had less than 12 hours to live if they didn't find the leukemia and treat it right then and there. you're either going to make it or you're not. i did. when i was first diagnosed, cigna had two yog ladies call me up. and they wanted to make sure that i had no problems, because they felt that i had enough on my plate. my job was not to worry abouout it, and i never did. cancer wasn't gonna stop me. i got too much to live for. cigna is a health benefits and services company that supports you. day or night, we're here. we listen anget to know wh. all so you can be 100% you. tricia: i am not a cancer patient. i am tricia. what's next?!
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
those who cannot. >> afghanistans have a deal aimed at breaking the deadlock over the presidential ballot. >> the break through, presidential candidates finally in agreement on a process to evaluate the vote that is will decide the next president. in kabul's old city, the effect was almost immediate, prices dropped a fraction and the afghan currency strengthened against the dollar. a shopkeeper said people feel more confident. >> now that there's a political solution, are you much happier? >> people are very happy now. they want a unified government and peace all over afghanistan. our biggest worry was security. we were concerned that a civil war would be repeat. >> at least for today, that tension is gone, he says. his reunderstood optimism for a stable and secure afghanistan. >> this is where people come to buy the staples of life, cooking oil, rice, sugar. shopkeepers say business has been stagnant for month because of the political uncertainty. now a few hours after the deal, they think things are moving again. >> unloading sugar from pakistan, shipments had slowed to a trickle
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
americans who are very weary of our involvement in iraq and afghanistan and i would argue americans who were weary after world war ii when the president said we had to stay in korea. >> senator, thank you very much. >> thank you. >>> next up, the speakerer have sups the president. is the lawsuit a preamble to impeachment or the substitute in our all congressional roundtable is next. seem the same. captain obvious: i always use hotels.com. with their loyalty program, i get a free night for every ten nights i collect. so they're not the same, because they're different. woman: jimmy look, this one has a king-sized bed. captain obvious: if you're travelling with your grandmother, i suggest getting twin beds. woman: oh, captain obvious, jimmy is not my grandson. woman: man: are you no. jimmy? man: here comes president roosevelt. woman: i hope so. captain obvious: i regret coming here. hotels.com. for lovers. ♪he cadillac summer collection is here. ♪ during the cadillac summer's best event, lease this all new 2014 cts for around $459 a month or purchase with 0% apr and make this the summe
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
have more on the conflict. >>> the two candidates in afghanistan's presidential election agreed to audit the contested results. secretary of state john kerry announced the deal in kabul without the agreement both candidates could have set up competing governments at a time when the u.s. is pulling most troops out of the country. both candidates agreed to stand by the results of the audit and form a unified government. >>> the federal government will not be sending immigrant children to our area. a vacant army building near westminster, maryland, was proposed as a holding site for thousands of kids. the carroll county board of commission quickly began protesting the obama administration's idea. according to the baltimore sun, the u.s. health department assured the commission children from the border would not be brought there. since october, 52,000 children from central america have illegally crossed the border and most of them have nowhere to go. it can take years for deportation hearings. president obama is calling the situation a humanitarian crisis. >>> this morning investigator
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am PDT
ferrara was injured in afghanistan. >> i lost both legs, broke my pelvis, shattered my femur. when i saw them playing, it made me stronger fiscally and mentally. >> reporter: what has being on this team taught you? >> push through it. good things are going to happen. >> reporter: the players and the team, a lesson for everyone in the power of mind, body, and spirit. if you guys can go to their website and find a game near you, i promise you, it will be the coolest thing. it is not only inspiring but they are awesome to watch. there is this one guy, greg. he lost his left arm and he catches the ball and throws it up in the air, drops his glove and then throws the ball. they are incredible to watch, not only insfiring abopiring bu to watch. >> it is fun to watch how proud you are. >> i get choked up. i am very proud. >> dylan, thanks. >>> just ahead, if you are looking for a super, simple dinner for tonight, aren't you in luck. maybe you are going to be cooking along with us if you have already downloaded the recipe. we continue our super simple chicken series with a fantastic barbecue chi
CBS
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
enjoy going off and play in some tournaments in area. my parents are from afghanistan. but there's a big afghan population in the area. and they have soccer tournaments every couple months or so. but i train and keep in shape. you never lose something that you love like that. >> we will not go into discussion of the world cup right now. why did you take this position? what attractd you to it? >> i think this is a historical effort. i think this is a historical effort. and the implications of this are just beyond the united states of america. to be fair, we're seeing a lot of turmoil as we deem the muslim world and i think our college, with what is happening helps to bring back the balance of our tradition. and it is something that i just felt, that i wanted to be a part of. i have a longstanding relationship with the cofounders. and i believe in the vision. i believe this idea of our tradition, coupled with the western tradition and being able to look at the two of those and understand islam in the post modern context is something that is important and critical for the time we're in
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
of their own. this man was injured in afghanistan. >> i lost both my legs. when i saw these guys playing, i couldn't make any excuses for myself. >> what has being on this team taught you? >> push through it and good things are going to happen. >> the players and this team, a lesson for everyone on the power of mind, body, and spirit. >> and if you guys can go to their website and find a game near you, i promise you it will be the coolest thing. it's not only inspiring, but they are awesome to watch. there's this one guy greg who lost his left arm. he catches the ball, tosses his glove in the air, catches the glove. >> thank you for sharing that story. >> i get choked up. i'm very proud. >> dylan, thanks. >>> just ahead, if you're looking for a super simple dinner for tonight, about you in luck? we continue our super simple luck? [ jennifer ] do you reallyle have time for brown spots? [ female announcer ] aveeno® introduces new positively radiant targeted tone corrector. it helps reduce the look of stubborn brown spots in just two weeks. what are you waiting for? aveeno®. natur
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
. plus, diplomatic dealing after brokering a compromise in afghanistan. secretary of state john kerry moves onto vienna. >> we start smelling, seeing dead bodies, and people disagree, my neighbours. it was terrifying as a young person. >> for more, to walking cat walks around the world, the super model making it her mission to help other displaced refugees. good morning, welcome to al jazeera america. live from new york city. i'm morgan radford. families are packing their bags as the threat of air strikes continue in gaza. the bombardment continues. more strikes are expected today. the number of dead reached 166, all of them palestinians living in gaza. 77% are innocent civilians, the rest connected to hamas. 18 people were killed in a single plast on saturday. gaza's police chief was the target. the dead are members of his family. more than 1200 attacks have been reported in gaza since the fighting broke out. israel was hit by 500 missiles, none has resulted in death. nick schifrin joins us live from gaza this morning. are people there heading the call to leave, and quite frankly, wh
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
@cspanwj . good sunday morning. above the fold in the "new york times," the news from afghanistan secretary of state john kerry brokering a deal to audit the afghan votes. this comes 12 hours of often tense negotiations, the secretary of state announcing yesterday that afghanistan would audit all 8 million votes. host: we will have more with shane harris on the situation in afghanistan. also the latest calming raids by hamas and israel and the israeli army indicating it is prepared to send boots on the ground as early as today or tomorrow. let's been with another headline this morning from the mes," theon ti president unloading on house republicans and they plan to sue him for executive overreach, calling the move a political stunt and waste of time and money. his weekly address, the president tried to paint republicans as detached from reality, attending to pick americans from gop leaders such as detour john boehner. the speaker unveiled his plans to file that lawsuit against the president. here is speaker boehner on wednesday. [video clip] wife let me make this clear -- this is
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
community called on world leaders to do more to end the crisis. >>> afghanistan's presidential rivals agreed to a full audit of votes in the presidential election. u.s. secretary of state john kerry john kerry announced the move following two days of talks. he said the two agreed to abide by the result. >> tonight afghanistan saw a moment of what unity can mean. tonight afghanistan saw two opposing canadas, with passionate supporters. bring their supporters together. in the interests of country, in the interests of something bigger than each of them individually. we hope that the promise of the next weeks will deliver the authenticity and credibility that the people of afghanistan deserve in the appearance of the next president of this country. >>> jennifer glasse has more from kabul. >> reporter: with the help of the u.s. secretary of state the two afghan candidates not only agreed to an audit. but they also made a political deal, saying they'll form a unity government. whoever is president, the person with the most votes after the audit. there'll be representatives of both me, ensur
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
than 1,000 troops. some officers receiving word while still deployed in afghanistan. one retired army captain said the cutdown is going to cost us. >> for the last 14 years, the conflict in afghanistan and iraq have been fought at the junior officer level. those guys have the knowledge base of counter insurry ji generalcy operations and special tactics, failing to let them pass on lessons to upcoming lieutenants within the pipeline is just minds boggling. >> but it is just the beginning, budget cuts are predicted to shrink the army to the second smallest size before war. how will this affect military families? joining us is rita hick, and we are grateful to have her on. rita, thank you for coming on. >> good morning, thank you for having me. >> tell us your response to the fact that the defense department is issuing pink slips to soldiers in a combat zone. >> honestly it was a gut-check. because you have a situation where we are over a decade into war and many of the soldiers have been deployed multiple times and are in a combat zone now. and what they should be is laser focused
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote post 9/11 iraq and afghanistan veterans. so there are a lot of companies out there. >> pop a lock national, what's that? >> so this is a franchise opportunity. i've brought a lot of these franchises to the show because think give deep discounts. many of the veterans i talk to, they want to be home, in their hometown and don't want to have to move to find a job. the operating officers of the country is a veteran. it's a locksmith company. but there's mechanical skills are great for frenchs and you inn your own franchise, which i like, obviously. >> number two on the list, spectrum health. >> this is paid internships. basically, they bring you in.
in afghanistan meeting with a group getting ready to go out to deal with ied's, very difficult evening shift. i was in a small room with those folks. they were putting on their armor. they were getting their night vision goggles ready. it felt like a high school locker room as everybody was getting fired up to go deal with the bad guys. i turned to a fellow from his her and says, what -- i turned to a fellow from missouri and said, what scares you? he said not having a job when i get home. that is what scares me. i think we have all heard stories like that. all of us are trying to do a lot of things. our program has over 4000 employers involved in the program including some you will hear from today. enterprise rental, express scripts. it is important to note that have already -- they have already hired more than 6800 veterans in our state. we recognize those employers with the flag of freedom. rips in service in theater shoulder.g off their employers get something worn in battle for our country and we tremendously appreciate soldiers, veterans, and companies. it has been a win-
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am EDT
are being considered. >> afghanistan's two presidential candidates agreed to an audit of votes cast in the disputed run. st secretary of state john kerry announced the move following two days of talks with rival candidates with garden and abdullah abdullah the -- ashraf ghani and abdullah abdullah. kerry is in iran for talks on the nuclear programme. there's a week left to strike a deal with tehran. they are expected to discuss the situation in gaza. >>> japan protested to north korea after launching two ballistic missiles into the sea between the two countries. it's the latest in a series of test-firings over the past week. >>> russia's president voiced support for argentina's long-standing territorial claim to the falkland islands. vladimir putin called for negotiations between britain and argentina. the two countries fought a war in 1982 after arch invaded the -- argentina invaded the falklands. vladimir putin is on a 6-day tour of south micro. >>> defeat for brazil in the world cup play-offs against the netherlandsment all eyes on the final of germany, the favourites. if they be
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am EDT
don't have a lot of money to pay a lot of our soldiers and we have people in afghanistan thinking slips, and we have wanted to look out there and build things like this and i think there may be a role if you look at the ironman and that's a little questionable. were adding hundreds to a combat soldier in particular. to protect him them from the enemy. but the question is what they do with maneuverability and mobility and technology in their. neil: your fear is that we are misallocated our funds and we should be paying attention to more restoril concerns? >> i think right now today we are talking about letting these men and women of the service who are here to serve and we don't have enough money to pay for them that we have enough to pay for these other things, i see some of the big defense contractors for the robots that are going to replace human beings and it really irritates me because they have a way of getting in the system and never being able to push out and that is at the expense of our men and women who are actually serving. neil: when we go back to ronald reagan, certainly no
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am EDT
international airport between rival rebel groupings, some flights have been canceled. >>> afghanistan's two presidential candidates have agreed to an audit of all votes cast in last month's disputed runoff. u.s. secretary of state john kerry announced the move. rival candidates, early vote results so one leading but the other says the votes were rigged. john kerry is now in austria on the nuke lab program. they have one week left to strike ideal with teheran. they also expected to discuss the situation in gaza. >>> gunmen have attacked an apartment building in eastern baghdad killing nearly 30 people. most of them were women. police say the killers left messages in the apartments where the women were found saying the deaths were punishment for practicing prostitution. imran kahn joins us liver from baghdad. are you hearing anything more about this, imran? how does it play in to the general level of violence on the streets in baghdad and around? >> reporter: well, it's only adding to the general level of violence here on the street. let kneel you what happened. around 11:00, 11:00 p.m. on sa
NHK
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm JST
two candidates in afghanistan's presidential run-off to accept a recount. >> and that the winner of the election will serve as president and will immediately form a government of national unity. >> kerry held a news conference with both contenders. who say they'll abide by the results. >> today, we are happy to announce that two sets of agreement between both candidates with serious efforts. >> we have agreed on the general framework, we will work out the details in a spirit of mutual trust and cooperation. >> abdullah rejected preliminary results of the run-off vote that put him behind. abdullah also claimed widespread fraud, suggesting he might form his own government. afghan president hamid karzai welcomes the agreement, he says he hopes the audit will get under way soon. he says the recount means the presidential naugeration will be delayed from the original date august 2nd. >>> foreign powers announcing a new push to resolve a problem before time runs out. they're joining stalled talks on iran's nuclear program in a bid to break the deadlock. delegates from iran and six nations
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 10:00pm PDT
ptsd from ploimts deployments in afghanistan and iraq. >> confusing signs on the border. >> he made a wrong turn and ended up in mexico. >> he took a wrong turn that ended him in a mexican prison. on the record see how easy it is to make a mistake. >> look at the signs. mexico only. it's not an illuminated sign. the other sign over here which says mexico only no usa there's graffiti over the no usa. here's the confusing part. you'd be inclined to want to do to that direction to go to san diego since that's the direction of san diego. if he intended to go to mexico you would expect he would look for a road that would go in that direction. it wasn't just a wrong turn. once he made that turn, the sergeant says he couldn't turn back. so i got behind the wheel to investigate his claim. >> we're coming up on the right of where the sergeant came out of his parking spot and where he made his turn. you can see to the right this road is looping right onto the freeway. this is where he came out over to the right. >> i'm staying in the left lane, because i want to return to the usa. you can see t
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:00am EDT
election dispute in afghanistan. an order to vote and a unity government whoever wins. >>> no government in iraq - but progress as politicians reach agreement on a parliamentary speaker. >>> and heading for moscow - tearful farewells as women and children escape the fighting in eastern ukraine. >>> 18 people have been killed in the deadliest attack of israel's bombing of gaza in its gifth day. the -- sixth day. the latest fatalities. israeli forces targetting the home of the police chief. we understand that most, if not all of the victims, are from his family. at least 50 others were injured. >> translation: people were trying to get out of the mosque after finishing ramadan night prayers. the house was under intensive shelling. we received more than 15 killed and 45 injured, and are receiving more casualties. our teaming are looking for more victims. the death toll is over 150 people killed, and more than 1200 were injured. the occupier is adopting a new gerno side poll sigh. >>> 154 have been killed since israel's bombardment. 29 were children. the scoops of grief can -- scr
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
ahead - a deal to end the election dispute in afghanistan. an order to vote and a unity government whoever wins. >>> no government in iraq - but progress as politicians reach agreement on a parliamentary speaker. >>> and heading
NHK
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm JST
afghanistan's presidential runoff to accept a recount. >> and that the winner of the election will serve as president and will immediately form a government of national unity. >> he held a news conference with both candidates and say all 8 million bald ballots will be recounted. both abide to agree with the decision. >> with serious efforts. >> we have agreed on the general framework and will work on the details in the spirit of mutual trust and cooperation. >> abdullah rejected preliminary results that put him behind the former finance minister. abdullah also said wide spread fraud and suggests forming his own government. they hope the audit will get under way. the recount means the new president will be cldelayed fro the original date of august 2nd. >>> powers are launching a new push to resolve a complex problem before time run os it. in iran's nuclear program in aed by to break the dead locke. delegates from iran and six nations have been meeting in vienna since early this month trying to hash out a final agreement by a deadline set for july 20th. iran's deputy foreign minister
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
iraq and afghanistan because of something that happened here and not thinking about what we've been doing forever, you know, to iran, for instance, and to iraq and these other places. i want to say that they once asked me to read for salman rushdie, they said they wanted me to -- i like him, he's a nice guy, but they said we want you to read for him. i said, okay, but listen, first, i need to make a five minute statement apologizing to the country of iran for what we have done to them for so many years. [applause] and they said, you can't do that. and i said, why not? you know, because it's a white organization, they think they're not, but they are. even -- well, anyway. i said, i said why not? they said, because we're a writers' organization. we don't represent all those people who got tortured in those basements. we represent writers. and i said, okay, fuck you, i ain't gonna read. [laughter] but, you know, we have all these feelings, you know? andst the really -- and it's really important to question our love and our being loved and how it works and what impact it has, you know?
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm EDT
john kerry brokers a deal to end the fight between afghanistan's presidential candidates. >>> a migrant child who died after making his way to the u.s. is laid to rest in his home country. >>> and how your seafood dinner may be the result of slave labour. >>> in jerusalem sirens blare as a cloud of smoke is seen in the distance. a threat of rocket attacks september people running for safety through the main streets of the city. in gaza 163 palestinians have been killed, more than 1,000 injured by the israeli air strikes. the israel gaza conflict is entering day six. the israeli army launched 1,000 air strikes. as we mentioned a moment ago, the death toll in gaza stands at 163. that is according to gaza's health ministry. of those 29 are children under the age of 18. we also know that at least seven of the casualties have been palestinian fighters. al jazeera's john hendren gives us an up-close look of what it's luke to come under missile -- like to come under missile in gaza. >> reporter: at 6am a warning "get out." a neighbour records what happiness next in this mobile phone vi
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Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm EDT
kerry helped broker a deal between afghanistan candidates and every ballot will be analyzed. both candidates were climbing victory and threatening to set up competing government. the audits are expected to take several weeks. >> friend of delaware air national garden joy a special day at the base today parts of what's called bring a friend to drill day. attendees enjoyed tour of c 130 herk ulys aircraft and at the base. they were invaded to check out the base and learn more about the air national guard. >> philadelphia is turning purple for one of the largest african-american greek frat terptys in the country. omega psiphi is here for grand conclave they hoeinged a fair at the pennsylvania con veption sent ever. if you're in town you'll see purple and gold the fraternity colors until they wrap up july 16th. >> here something you don't see every day on the schuylkill. two dancers are suspended from straw beforey mansion bridge above the water with only a kayak underneath. 65 boats vavld to take part and catch the action. if you want to check out this whole thing in person they'll p
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